My Art at Two Rivers Gallery

I was pleased to have 3 pieces chosen for the Two Rivers Gallery ‘Flux’ show which is on here in Prince George until May. You can see one of my pieces on their website, Flux In my artist statement I talk about the work being my reaction to comparing the Christian iconography I knew as a child in the Catholic Church with Cree Medicine bundles of my aboriginal ancestors. Specifically exploring the idea that these visual ‘objects’ were thought to have incredible positive influence on the lives of those who had them, but as we move forward, not only are notions about these things changing, but the objects themselves are being represented digitally and through art. Do these 2D representations hold the same power and mystery as the originals?


About art4life

I have a visual art practice and (way too) many ideas, thoughts and opinions I want to share. Thanks for listening.
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4 Responses to My Art at Two Rivers Gallery

  1. Anna-Maria says:

    Saw your art at Flux, Kim, and really enjoyed looking at it. The pictures stand alone by themselves, purely from an aesthetic point of view, but the history and meaning contained within them make them all the more powerful for viewing.

  2. art4life says:

    Thanks Anna-Maria!

  3. Dawn says:

    Wow, you are getting to be famous and soon won’t have time for us lowly people 😉 . Don’t forget us when you are rich, er… I mean famous.

  4. art4life says:

    Ha, ha, Dawn. Until my friends start buying my art, I will not be rich nor famous.

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